Which do you prefer? The baked chicken took about ten more minutes to cook than the pan-fried chicken did but I like both of them. They each have a different and likable flavor. I purchased one of those long trays of very thin-sliced chicken breasts and didn’t want it to go bad so I used both cooking methods to get the cooking done and then promptly inhaled all of the fried chicken! Mm chicken!
12 thoughts on “Fried or Baked?”
Looks yummy, John! We like baked seasoned chicken, but once in a while, my mom makes her famous fried chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy. We never pass it up!
Oh my gosh, your mom knows the way to a man’s heart! I should grab some gravy for the chicken for added flavor. it’s not super dry the way I make it but it could be more moist too. Mm GRAVY!! 😋😋🤭❤️
I don’t eat Chicken much but when I do, I prefer Fried. KFC Extra Krispy is the best.
I like your pick, Venus! Mm CHICKEN! 😂❤️
The air fryer is a great way to cook, fast and simple and chicken comes out good.
I should try that next time since I recently replaced the old countertop oven, this one can do the air fry thing. ❤️
I love chicken regardless of how it is cooked. Tonight it is grilled and added to home made chicken noodle soup. Mmmm…
Ooohh that sounds so delicious, Anne Marie! Can I invite myself over? Kidding. 😂
High price to pay for a bowl of soup but I am sure we will have plenty!
Oh my gosh, a large can of quality soup can cost three bucks on the shelf here, so ridiculous! How do people eat when prices are so damn high!
It’s gotta be tough for a lot of people. Dan is really good at knowing prices and jumping on deals. And it helps being home to make things like homemade soup, etc.
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